The Artist’s Cottage overlooks the Salamanca Arts Centre and Salamanca Square. Used by visiting artists of all disciplines and their families, the sunny cottage is ideal short-term accommodation for singles or groups. This completely self-contained 3 bedroom Georgian cottage can provide you with everything you need to work undisturbed or be your home base while you explore Salamanca and its surrounds. Centrally located in historic Battery Point, and within walking distance to Salamanca Place, Sullivans Cove and the Hobart CBD. It has a private backyard (rare for cottages in this area) with deck and views of Mount Wellington.
Information for Artists
The Artist’s Cottage is available to artists of all disciplines (writers, performers, musicians, visual artists) at a discounted rate for Self-Funded Arts Residencies.
Artists wishing to apply for the discounted Hire Rates must provide evidence of their Residency to be eligible.
Please contact the Venues Manager via email for more detailed information on the Artist’s Cottage and to check the availability of dates for your Self-Funded Arts Residency.
Hire Rates for Artists
First Night $210 (includes $120 cleaning fee)
Each Additional Night $90 per night
First Night $230 (includes $120 cleaning fee)
Each Additional Night $110 per night
3 Bedroom / Whole Cottage
First Night $240 (includes $120 cleaning fee)
Each Additional Night $120 per night
Please note: We do not book in more than one Artist at a time, unless the Artists apply for the Self-Funded Arts Residency together. The variation in Hire Rates per Bedroom is to cover the additional linen / cleaning costs associated with use.
Please contact the Venues Manager via email for more detailed information on the Venue Hire Rates and charges associated with the hire of the Artist’s Cottage.
Information for Others
The Artist’s Cottage is also available for the public to hire (non-Artists).
Discounted rates do not apply – rates are as per stated on AirBnB.
To request a booking as a non-artist please proceed via AirBnB
Image Credits: Nicole Robson